Whole House Audio
Whole House Audio Systems
A whole house audio system from Theatron lets you enjoy music from several audio sources—such as XM® and Sirius® satellite tuners, streaming music players and even your iPod®—in any area of your home, inside or out, all at the same time.
Dad can relax with jazz on the patio. Mom can work out to to oldies in the bedroom. The kids can play games while listening to their iPod in the family room. With a whole house audio system, everybody gets exactly what they want, when they want it.
Typically, all of the equipment is neatly concealed in one location, out of sight. All wiring is hidden within the walls. What you see are elegant iPad and iPod interfaces and speakers, intelligently designed to blend with the décor.
You can even extend your music outdoors with weatherproof speakers. At the push of a button, you’re listening to your choice of music. Wherever. Whenever. Welcome to the uncomplicated world of whole house audio.
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For New Construction
When a home is under construction it’s the perfect time to consider installing a whole house audio system.
You can choose what rooms you want music in and what kind of speakers you want. Put the keypads and touchscreens in the spots that will work best for your lifestyle.
And before the walls are installed, all wiring, cabling and brackets can be put in place to ensure a clean look when the house is finished.
For Existing Homes
Anytime is a good time to add a whole house audio system be it during renovation or in conjunction with other installations, such as a home theater, security or intercom system.
New homes are often equipped with all the wiring necessary for a whole home audio system. Check with your home’s builder to find out what wiring is available in your home – you could be just hours away from a complete audio system.
In existing homes or remodels, our installers simply pull new wires behind the walls. In either case, your whole house audio system system will be heard, but hardly seen.
Add to a System
Once your whole house audio system has been installed, you still have options to expand it in the future. You can add music sources, speakers, video, or more rooms to the system if the need arises or your preferences change.
Want music in additional areas?
Most systems can be expanded to add more rooms. Try adding an extra pair of speakers or maybe an outdoor zone with an amplifier and weatherproof speakers.